I have to be honest and say that I've started having a lot of regrets about choosing the gTablet above the other choices I had. Yes, it was the cheapest 10" tablet, and yes, it has the basic features that I was looking for (e-book reader, audio-video player, web browser). Unfortunately, there are a bunch of problems with the unit that are beomcing harder and harder to ignore. - First, Android Market. The biggest source of Android apps there is, but gTablet users are excluded. Most of the apps I see online are either for iPad or Android, but if they're for Android, it seem like over 90% of them direct you to get it at Google's Android Market.. and nowhere else. Why the heck are Viewsonic gTablet users excluded? It's as if a Windows site allowed access to all Windows users EXCEPT those using Hewlett Packard brand computers. It doesn't make sense! - The native web broser. I've had an ongoing bug with the native web browser in that, after entering data with the on-screen keyboard, the keyboard will retract but leaving all the screen area it covered as a grey blank. If viewed in landscape mode, that's two thirds of the screen area! Yes, the problem (for whatever reason) goes away if I press the "desk top" button and then press the web icon again.... but seriously, why does it screw up in the first place? (Yes, I know that there are a few other web browser I could try, but all of them would require getting used to new systems, probably. Besides, if I don't know what caused the problem in the first place, then how would I know that switching browsers would do anything?) - Third, the placement of the main buttons. The "Search", "Desktop", "Options" and "Go Back" buttons are place "conveniently" along one side; unfortunately, this is proving to be a little TOO convenient. No matter how I hold the gTablet in landscape mode, my fingers tend to hold the unit along the sides as that is the most stable way to hold it. Unfortunately, doing so means I stand an excellent chance in pressing one of hte buttons, messing up whatever task I happened to be in the middle of doing. This is NOT good unit layout, people! If ever I get a new tablet in the future, I will almost certainly be avoiding Viewsonic. They may make excellent monitors, but their tablet leave a lot to be desired.